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Writing a meaningful and thorough request for proposal (RFP) can be the start to a healthy vendor relationship.

Unfortunately, it can also be too vague, impossible to answer honestly, and waste valuable time for the organization issuing the RFP and the vendor that's responding.

This white paper focuses on the RFP process and was designed to give you a template for the types of questions you should ask in an RFP. It also outlines what information you should provide to prospective service providers as part of your RFP.

Download the guide